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March 17, 2011
A man carries a child as he walks down small alley called a "hutong" in central Beijing March 17, 2011....
Beijing, China
A man carries a child as he walks down small alley called a "hutong" in central Beijing
A man carries a child as he walks down small alley called a "hutong" in central Beijing March 17, 2011. China marked the 30th anniversary of its controversial one-child policy late last year with talk of relaxing rules, at least in some provinces. With a population expected to peak at 1.65 billion in 2033, China has been cautious about dropping an unpopular policy that was originally supposed to last one generation. Central planners say the one-child policy has spared China from the pressures of hundreds of millions of additional people that would have strained scarce water and food resources as well as the nation's ability to educate and employ them. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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